- Alice’s Adventures Everywhere
- Alice’s Adventures Underground includes Dodgson’s sketches, and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland includes Sir John Tenniel’s. Through the Looking Glass contains merely Dodgson’s wonderful text.
- The Complete Lewis Carroll
- Lewis Carroll’s work, like that of J. M. Barrie, is often disneyfied for children, but when read raw is complex and fascinating.
- Eight or Nine Wise Words About Letter Writing
- Charles Dodgson—AKA Lewis Carroll—gives us advice about writing letters that may be satirical but also might not be.
- Lewis Carroll’s Outland
- Sylvie and Bruno—a story of the faery realm of Outland—is one of Lewis Carroll’s lesser-known works. It has much of the charm, and little of the confusion, of his “Alice in Wonderland” works.
- A Fistful of Carroll
- These poems and stories combined into one file for easy use on an iPhone or other portable device.
- The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits
- “This also seems a fitting occasion to notice the other hard words in that poem. Humpty-Dumpty’s theory, of two meanings packed into one word like a portmanteau, seems to me the right explanation for all.”
- “Houses are classed, I beg to state, According to the number Of Ghosts that they accommodate: (The Tenant merely counts as weight, With Coals and other lumber).”
- A Sea Dirge
- “The thing that I hate the most is a thing they call the sea: pour some salt water over the floor, ugly I’m sure you’ll allow it to be; suppose it extended a mile or more, that’s very like the sea.” I think we should put this poem on all the “Welcome to San Diego” signs.
- Upon the Lonely Moor
- “It is always interesting to ascertain the sources from which our great poets obtained their ideas: this motive has dictated the publication of the following: painful as its appearance must be to the admirers of Wordsworth and his poem of ‘Resolution and Independence”.”
- Alice’s Adventures under Ground (paperback)
This fascinating book is a facsimile of Carroll’s first published version of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It is shorter than the more widely published version: some scenes were later added, and other scenes were expanded, for the later version. (Lewis Carroll)
- The Complete Illustrated Lewis Carroll (paperback)
This appears to be a different version of the work I have. It contains the two major Alice books, the two Sylvie & Bruno books, and a plethora of poems and other writings by Carroll. (Lewis Carroll)
- In the Shadow of the Dreamchild (paperback)
“The author of ‘Alice’ was… a normal, if less than perfect, man who may have had the misfortune to love the wrong woman.” According to the author, “Lewis Carroll was not the tragic deviant all previous biographers have assumed him to be. He was not in love with Alice Liddell or obsessed with little girls… The objects of his intense sexual desire were women, full-blooded, ‘tall and lithe’.” (Karoline Leach)
- Inventing Wonderland (hardcover)
A book investigating the culture and individuals that produced some of our best children’s literature: J.M. Barrie, Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, Kenneth Grahame, and A.A. Milne. That’s Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, The Wind in the Willows, and Winnie the Pooh. I have not yet read this book, but if you’re looking for assistance in your paper, book report, or thesis, the description indicates it might be useful. I have had one report, however, that it is “very inaccurate and just a confused rehash of old myth”, so caveat emptor. (Jackie Wullschlager)
- Lewis Carroll OneList
A Lewis Carroll mailing list, for the discussion of him, his books, and Alice.
- Lewis Carroll Website
The official page of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America. Full of Lewis Carroll links and information.